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Shed Ender


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  • "Shed Ender" De-shedding Tool
  • Removes shedding hair .
  • Promotes a shiny coat .
  • Gentle for cats and dogs Great drop ship sales for "As Seen on TV" category.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 0.8 x 7.1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001IKYPA2
  • Item model number: SHE-MC12
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,467 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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As Seen On TV Professional deshedding tool Removes shedding hair . Promotes a shiny coat . Gentle for cats and dogs Great drop ship sales for "As Seen on TV" category.

Customer Reviews

In fact my cat loves it also.
Joyce Boettcher
It seemed to pull hair out by the roots not remove loose hair and it hurt.
Survivor
Works great on my torti cat and my long haired chiihuahua dog.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By beachcomber2 on April 1, 2006
This also works for me very well, but I had to use it for a while to get the hang of it. It's important to hold it at a 90 degree angle to the coat, brush in the direction that the fur is growing, apply a little bit of pressure and use the comb facing in the right direction. Some of our cats hate the wire brush I use, especially the one with diabetes who has tender skin, and it does seem to irritate all of them after a bit of use. The wire brush also makes noise as it passes over their fur which some of them don't like. They all seem to like this comb, it's silent, doesn't hurt, and does pull out a lot of big clumps of undercoat, leaving all five of our cats looking and feeling better than they ever have before. In fact, they like it! It naturally gets more fur out of the ones with thick undercoats, but I noticed it pulling fur out of the undercoats of the ones with thinner coats who usually don't have a lot of hair that comes out on a brush.

This comb is very small and it is a bit of a chore to get a whole cat done in one sitting. I would recommend using a bigger brush first to get out as much loose fur as possible then finish grooming with this. I have not tried the FURminator mentioned, but would still recommend having this around, too. It doesn't need batteries or electricity, it's cheap, and it's especially handy on areas harder to reach with a bigger brush or tool, ie around the haunches and tail area which seem to accumulate a lot of fur.

Other drawbacks are that it works on some parts of their bodies better than others (the sides were hard to get anything out of, as opposed to their backs) and only being able to use it in one direction can get tricky, because these guys like to turn around in circles when I comb them, so I have to do some maneuvering to stay in the right position. Nice alternative to petting in front of the tv, anyway. :)

I got mine at Walgreens.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By PepperMonkey on February 23, 2011
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It is amazing how great this product works! Just when you think you're done removing all of the shedding undercoat, you run the tool through again and it comes up with more and more. My cat loves it so much that she actually comes running to me when she sees me pull out the comb. It's the first grooming brush I've every used that she actually likes. :)

It worked so well on my cat that I bought another one the next day for my sister's cats and she loves it as well.

I would recommend this product to everyone - not one complaint. The quality is great and it will last a lifetime I'm sure.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Llanes on March 26, 2006
I dont know what the other two guys issue was with this item but I had no problem at all. I have a pug and the little guy sheds like there is no tomorrow. I bought this thing at my local mall for 9.99 and tried it out today. It was awsome, the amount of fur that came off of him was nuts, I had a pile of hair that was the size of my pug. He loved it and seemed to want more even after I stoped. I am going to assume that the other two bad reviews here are pure user error, it has to be. This item works great and I would recomend it to anyone that has a pet with a sheding problem.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lain on August 1, 2006
i got this for my cat (ocicat breed). he's a short-haired cat that doesn't generally need much grooming except when the season changes. shedender worked just like the commericals. one brush and fur goes flying everywhere. it does remove hair however the teeth of the comb are not deep so the removed hair goes either flying or stays on top of the fur towards the back. as u can see in the picture the tool is small. if you have the patience and extra time (and if your pet has the patience too!) u can think about saving some money with this tool. if you want something more efficient, invest some extra money and go for the furminator instead. i bought both and compared them but i'm keeping my furminator despite the much higher price.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By James Cunningham on August 9, 2011
Well built and works fine, however, the subject you are working on had better be a cat or a very small dog or you will find yourself brushing for a very long time.

I have a small lab (approx 50 lbs) and there is no way I could do her in one sitting, even while I am throwing back a few beers. She refuses to sit there that long and I cannot.

I do not think it would work at all if your dog has curly or matted hair.
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52 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Wally on November 18, 2005
I tried the tool and it is junk. The way the handle holds the blade, you can't control the angle and it is very difficult to use. The caps covering the screws both fell off and the handle feels hard and cheap. I tried a friend's furminator and it worked 10 times better.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Pierce on May 12, 2006
I just finished using this brush for the first time, and it was spectacular to watch the hair just rolling out of my cats. We have 3 cats, 2 longhair males and a shorthair female. I brush the female often, and usually get quite a few hair out on the brush, but I still was able to get so much hair off her using this! I couldn't believe how much softer she was after. I can pet her now without hair flying everywhere! The males are more difficult because they hate to be brushed, but I was still able to get more hair than ever off them.

Anyone who doesn't have luck with this product is either too impatient to really try it, or they just have cats like mine that won't sit still. Try it on a calmer cat or dog and you'd be amazed!
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